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October 17, 2021

Royals

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Groshans Minors SS 24.5 19.6 24.5 29.4
Lopez Minors SS 6 4.8 6 7.2

Marlins

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Fox Minors SS 2.3 1.8 2.3 2.8
Melendez Minors C 16.4 13.1 16.4 19.7

Blue Jays

Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Cabrera 23 Majors SP Low 6.0 22.3 2.5 19.8 15.8 19.8 23.8
Staumont 27 Majors RHRP Medium 4.0 17.5 7.0 10.5 8.4 10.5 12.6
1 Comment
  1. Cameron Nordstrom

    Even with a very strong 2021, Melendez might not have much of path to the big leagues in Kansas City with Sal Perez around for until at least 2025. Meanwhile, the Marlins are in need of some kind of stability behind the plate, and the Florida native could offer just that. That’s the real centre of trade, Melendez to Miami, everything else is more or less superfluous.

    Carrying on with the Royals, they seem to be able to perpetually develop strong relief arms, so doubt losing Staumont is a huge blow. In return, they get a potential 3B of the future in Groshans, and Lopez, who had a solid 2021 as a utility player. He’s listed as a SS here but he played far more 2B and OF than SS this year.

    Miami gets their catcher of the future to dream on, as well as reuniting Bahaman compatriots Fox and Chisholm Jr. Cabrera is well regarded, but given the depth Miami has on the mound, he could be expendable.

    The Jays, meanwhile, lack pitching depth throughout their system, so Cabrera and Staumont would likely be more than welcome additions. And given their depth in the infield, Groshans and Lopez are unnecessary.

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